Humour & Entertainment

Fifty Twice

Fifty Twice

| March 24, 2019

Dirty sex, tainted drugs and greasy rock n roll are merely the basic necessities of survival for this NYC grunge guitar player. Nate Broder is a functioning drug addict that will do anything to get his band discovered all while trying to keep himself from becoming another homeless statistic. His life as a wanna be […]

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My Crazy (Sick) Love

My Crazy (Sick) Love

| March 24, 2019

Amanda Loeb is a single, intelligent New York City attorney coming up on the eve of her thirtieth birthday. With a stable job, circle of supportive friends, and close relationships with her mother and sister one detail sets Amanda apart from others – she is a hypochondriac. Her medicine cabinet is home to a stock […]

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Broadcast Brothers: On The Radio

Broadcast Brothers: On The Radio

| March 18, 2019

A true, autobiographical story about love and loyalties in families and family businesses the world over; risk, luck, laughter, hard work – and what happens when the little guys take on the big guys. It is life – affirming, optimistic and uplifting; and it really did happen. It is also Very Funny Indeed. Sometimes intentionally. […]

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Rent A Husband: A Romantic Comedy

Rent A Husband: A Romantic Comedy

| March 8, 2019

Dumped for a younger woman, delicious divorcée Darcy Pringle is determined to make a splash at her California town’s Spring Ball. But she doesn’t have a hot date. When a friend dares her to rent one: hunky womanizer Forrest Forbes, gone from riches to rags and desperate for cash, Darcy turns her life (and her […]

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Magical: How Magic and its Star Performers Transformed the Entertainment Economy

Magical: How Magic and its Star Performers Transformed the Entertainment Economy

| February 28, 2019

Are you ready for some magic? There are solo magicians today who are making over $20,000 per performance, while those in the big leagues routinely bring in over $20 million a year. How did they get there and what are the keys to their success? What skills and techniques do they possess and deploy that […]

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I hate this time of day!

I hate this time of day!

| February 17, 2019

Buy Now with 1-Click! “I hate, hate, hate this time of day!There’s nothing you can do. There’s nothing you can say!” All parents know this phrase. Let the little elephant Edgar, with his example, encourage your children to go to bed with joy. Let every night be a beautiful part of the day. Let each […]

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Bangkok Delusions

Bangkok Delusions

| February 17, 2019

Bangkok Delusions is an exciting new entry into the Bangkok books scene. With equal amounts of joy, despair and even at times hope Zach J Brodsky takes us on a tour of an array of absurd characters all milling around a small area of Bangkok. We follow Pinky, a fiercely independent and intelligent woman trying […]

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Big Laughs For Little Kids

Big Laughs For Little Kids

| February 9, 2019

BIG LAUGHS FOR LITTLE KIDS is a kids joke book for 5 -7 year olds containing lots of hilarious age appropriate jokes accompanied by equally hilarious cartoons. it includes some brilliant knock knock jokes too. A great way to encourage kids to read and keep their interest. Ideal for road trips. Inside you will find […]

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Celluloid

Celluloid

| February 4, 2019

Jimmy Clifford is a thirty-year-old movie addict and film memorabilia shop owner. He is also very fed up. He is fed up with his best friend Oswald’s stupid, made-up card games, his drug dealer Pluto’s novelty drugs are losing their novelty and his anti-depressants don’t appear to be working anymore. But when he discovers that […]

Beach Body Boogie

Beach Body Boogie

| January 31, 2019

“Fagan manages the impressive feat of balancing suspense and humor.”— BookLife He would have killed for a second chance.  Now he might die for it. Pepper Ryan was the “wonderboy” of his beach town police department. But a disastrous ice cream truck stakeout gone wrong pushed him to quit the force, grab his guitar and […]

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